Taman Langsat: A Hidden Paradise


Taman Langsat or Langsat Park is located on Jl. Langsat, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta (Jakarta Selatan). Langsat Park’s location is directly facing to Taman Ayodya or Ayodya Park. Langsat Park has an area of ​​approximately 3.5 hectares. By the way, the official name of Langsat Park is Taman Lansia Langsat or Langsat Senior Citizen Park.

Even though Langsat Park is located in one of the business district in South Jakarta, Langsat Park is not quite familiar though you may often pass Langsat Park. Langsat Park is located behind kiosk vendors selling birds, ornamental fishes, and plants on Jl. Barito near the Pertamina Central Hospital.

Taman-Langsat-Jakarta

However, do not be disappointed of its location, because Langsat Park is equipped with toilet facilities, jogging tracks, reflexology facilities, children’s play area, park benches, an auditorium (officially known as Gedung Bina Taman), nursery plants and flowers, as well as a parking lot.

Langsat-Park

Langsat Park is the utmost perfect location to create photographic activities together such as photo hunting or professional photography. It is also well suited for creating art, like drawing and painting, or even having a picnic while reading a book. Some can also prefer to just simply relax and enjoy the cozy green spot.

Gedung-Bina-Taman

Langsat Park could be an alternative place for your holiday or perhaps even an alternative place to discuss the development of your business. Or anything else, why not?

How to get here (see the route map):

From Juanda / Gondangdia / Cikini go to platform 2 and take the Red Line/Blue Line heading to Bekasi/Depok/Bogor and stop at Manggarai. Go to platform 5 and take the Yellow Line heading to Angke/Jatinegara and stop at Tanah Abang. Go to Platform 5/6 and take the Green Line heading to Serpong/Parung Panjang/Maja/Rangkasbitung and stop at Kebayoran. Take 23-minute walk to the southeast.

From Tanah Abang go to Platform 5/6 and take the Green Line heading to Serpong/Parung Panjang/Maja/Rangkasbitung and stop at Kebayoran. Take 23-minute walk to the southeast.

From Sudirman go to platform 1 and take the Yellow Line heading to Angke/Jatinegara and stop at Tanah Abang. Go to Platform 5/6 and take the Green Line heading to Serpong/Parung Panjang/Maja/Rangkasbitung and stop at Kebayoran. Take 23-minute walk to the southeast.

For a map illustration, click here, or see the map below.

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